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Orange Fireworm

The orange fireworm gets a lot of respect on the reef. It gets its name from the extremely painful sting delivered form the tiny white bristles along the edge of its body. These worms can usually be found hiding under rocks and coral formations throughout the West Indies and the Gulf of Mexico.

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